ReelTime Enters Political Arena With Cinema Libre Studios
SEATTLE, WA - ReelTime.com has entered into an agreement with Cinema Libre Studios, a Los Angeles based studio for independent filmmakers, for the VOD rights to their library of award-winning features and documentaries.
Among the titles from Cinema Libre’s library that will be available on ReelTime.com are “Conventioneers,” an updated “Romeo and Juliet” set at a Presidential Convention and Winner of both the 2006 Independent Spirit Awards and John Cassavetes’ Award and Best Feature at the Florida Film Festival; “Empire In Africa,” a documentary that reveals the truth about civil war in Sierra Leone and winner of both the Best Documentary at Slamdance 2006 and Best Documentary Hollywood Film Festival; “Guiliani Time,” a documentary about Rudy Giuliani prior to 9/11 and winner of Best Documentary at the Silver Lake Film Festival 2006; TRE, Jury Prize winner at SF Asian American Int’l Film Festival; “Darfur Diaries,” about the humanitarian crisis in Darfur; “Uncovered: The War On Iraq,” which examines the case for war, and Tim Robbins’ film “Embedded Live.”
“We are very excited to enter this dynamic digital delivery system with ReelTime which has proven itself to be a leader in the field,” says Andrew Schreiber, Cinema Libre Studio’s Head of Home Entertainment and International Sales.
“More than ever before, we live in a politically charged world, and Cinema Libre offers programming from filmmakers who are not afraid to present their views to an audience ready and willing to listen,” said Beverly Zaslow, Vice President, Acquisitions and Business Development for ReelTime.com. “Their special brand of films reflect the concerns and events of our times, providing an important point of view to the world.”
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